Tuesday, June 22, 2021 at 11 a.m - noon PT | 2p.m. - 3 p.m. ET
What You'll Learn
This free webinar reveals 10 ways to get your social media program organized today to set you up for that vacation tomorrow!
We’ve heard this problem so many times – as a government social media professional, you feel like you just can’t step away for a weekend, let alone that well-deserved vacation (or any kind of leave). Overworked, handling so many responsibilities, being on a small team or a team of one — who’s going to handle your agency’s social media when you’re away?
Get insights on how you can plan today, simplify and set up processes to be able to confidently log off your agency’s social media. Whether it’s an extended vacation, maternity/paternity leave or you’re just off social for the night, use these actionable tips to set your social media up for success, even if you’re not directly watching it. Your host, Government Social Media founder Kristy Dalton and special guest, ArchiveSocial CEO Ray Carey, share what peers in other agencies are doing right now to plan for time away with these insights:
Who Can Register
This free webinar is open to anyone interested in learning more.
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Kristy Dalton is founder and CEO of Government Social Media, the nation’s largest network of government social media professionals. She served in government for years, launching city social media profiles in 2008 when government agencies were just beginning to explore social. She became known across the country as the creator and host of “GovGirl”, a unique online video show sharing successes and challenges in digital government.
Kristy founded the Government Social Media Conference (GSMCON) – the only major social media conference in the U.S. specifically for government agencies. She loves bringing government professionals together with representatives of major social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Nextdoor and Snapchat.
CEO of ArchiveSocial Ray Carey has spent his career leading and investing in high-growth technology companies. Today Carey leads ArchiveSocial, a platform that empowers and protects open dialogue for thousands of public agencies ranging from the National Archives and the last two Presidential administrations to large cities like New York and Chicago, and small towns, schools, and villages. Prior to ArchiveSocial, Carey was the CEO of Astute Solutions and NeoNova. A graduate of Stanford University, Ray was an NCAA champion butter-flyer and represented the USA in the 1996 Olympic Games. He lives in Raleigh, North Carolina with his wife Beth and two children, Edward and Kathryn.